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Together, we've said, “thank you,” nearly seven million times in six years. This year, we’re adding another way to thank our heroes and their families. Please join us by sharing your story.

 
 

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Thank You Movement

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Thank You Movement
Juventino (Tino) Mejia:

with respect and gratitude to Applebee’s Restaurant for proviting Dinners for free to all Veterans- Thank you.

Lenore Keithley:

You are truly a hero. Thank you for a wonderful job you are doing. Thanks is not enough.

sana:

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Carolyn. Marcade:

Sincere thanks for the sacrifice and hard work you do serving our country and keeping it safe. We cannot repay you enough. Please know there are many of us that appreciate what you do, even though we don’t have an opportunity to tell you in person. Among ourselves, we praise and respect you. We ask God to bless you and your families and keep you safe from all harm. Our country is better because of you. Thanks again!

Jeff Warner:

Thank you for our freedoms, and I hope we do not lose more to this administration.

Walter Mcclinton Jr:

Thank you!

Jean Rabenhorst:

I just want to thank y brother, Carl, who is in heaven now for serving 23 years in the military. He had two purple hearts and three bronze medals. He had a tragic ending to his life. He had a military flashback one night, got up, shot his wife and then committed suicide. I would like a special cross to be put on his grave in Truman, Mn. to let him know that his sister is still very proud of him. Thank you, Lord, for giving me a wonderful brother.

KAREN L (MIDDAUGH) JUNGEL:

I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN VERY PROUD OF ALL OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS WHO HAVE SERVED IN THE PAST AND PRESENT. MY HUSBAND IS A VIETNAM VETERAN, NOW BATTLING ILLNESSES AS A RESULT OF HIS SERVING. THERE ARE GOOD DAYS AND BAD, BUT HE KEEPS ON KEEPING ON. LOVE YOU DEARLY, KARL JOE. GOD BLESS YOU AND ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED OUR FABULOUS COUNTRY. KAREN

Janice:

Thank you for serving our Country and protecting us!

Jo Ann Kuchenbecker:

Many thanks to all retired and those still active duty. Job well done.

Bill:

Thank You and God Bless

kelly mills:

god bless all and thank you

Steve &Marilyn Luchini:

We are eternally grateful to all of you and your families. We are so sorry for all the pain you all have to go through. We are praying for all of you everyday!

The Oiler Family:

Thank you so much for your sacrifice & grit. We appreciate and respect you all and are keeping you in our prayers!

Trudi Moore:

I would like to thank my husband for his sevice to our great country. He served his country and fought for it in Desert Storm. He is my hero.

Rochelle Pavlinak:

Thank you for your service snd for protecting all of us at home. You are loved and appreciated!

Rochelle Pavlinak:

Thank you for your service snd for protecting all of us at home. You are loved and appreciated!

frrank camerella:

thanks for your service i

Philip Stuhl:

I would like everyone to take a moment of their time to ‘ Thank’ our brave men who have sacrificed much for our country and all of us. They deserve our prayers and our THANKS.

Kenneth Atwood Sr:

Thank to all of our Soldiers whom have served in the Military mainly our combat veterans to include myself a Vietnam Veteran, Ladies , Mens job well done.

Roy R.S. Ramirez:

Awesome!!! America’s heroes!!

Randy Lahnum:

From a former United States Marine to all active and retired Marines…OOORAH and Semper-Fi

CPL Naulls:

uh rah fellow brothers and sisters

Melvin Mitchell:

Happy Veterans Day to all veterans, may God Bless You.

Teresa Choate:

I’d like to say Thank You to my son-in-law Robert. He is a Senior Chief in the Navy. He tirelessly helps anyone in his shop that needs it. He helps other sailors in the community, building things, moving, etc. He never asks for anything in return. He spends a LOT of time with his son, our grandson, trying to make sure that he knows he’s loved. Thank you so much for all that you do Robert. Dad and I love you very much.

S. Fontenot:

These two words “THANK YOU” seem so inadequate for the service YOU have given of YOUrself, YOUr family,YOUr friends, YOU safety, YOUr Life.

Shirl pollack:

Thanks to all men and women serving our country. Thanks again

Maueen odojika:

Thank you for your savice

Brenda:

Thanks for your service. Sorry for you pain. May God richly bless you.

Tina Ammons:

Although my father was not part of the Army, Air Force, Navy or Marines, he was in the United States Army National Guard. He sacrificed his time here at home to ensure the borders of the United States were protected and safe. And if any domestic situation arose, he was there to serve. Now at almost 80 years of age and on a fixed income, he and mom are in need of a new refrigerator. They need one that is energy efficient as well as with easy access. Thank you daddy for your years of service in the United States Army National Guard.

Rich:

You are heroes. To all of us.

Kate Tustin:

I wouldike to share more than one veteran with you from the same family . My husband served as a submariner during the Korean Conflict. His father Edward G. Tustin Sr. served on the USS Brooklyn during WWII . His uncle Ken also served in the USN during WWII. His Uncle Richard served in the United States Army during WWII. His cousin Bill Klein also served in the Navy and his brother in law Joe Mongelluzzo served on the USS Porter. So as you see I am very proud to honor these family members who served for their country.

Lyn Dibble:

Thanks for your help to our troops, sailors and veterans

Julie Christenson:

Thank you to my Dad who served in the United States Army and his tour of duty was the Korean War. Also, my husband David Christenson who also served in the U.S. Army and his tour of duty was Desert Shield Desert Storm. My two brave men. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

dawn g:

thank you to my dad who served in korea and my nephew who did 2 tours in iraq

Gordon E. Kammeyer:

I apreciate your sincere invitation

Gayle Fierravante:

Thank you so much for protecting us and our country!!! All you guys ROCK!!!!!!

maribelle sanchez:

Thank You to all military men and women for your sacrifice

Terry and Sherry McLain:

Thank you. We very much appreciate your service and all you do to help keep our freedoms provided by the USA in tact.

Ginny Peters:

Thank you for your service and our continued freedom. We will never forget.

Danielle Banks:

Thanks so much

Danielle Banks:

Thanks so much

Dan Diercks:

Thank you, to our Founding Fathers, to those who held the Union together, the heroes of the Greatest Generation, our silent heroes of Korea and Vietnam, my fellow Brothers and Sisters in Arms from Desert Shield/Desert Storm to Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom, and all whoever possessed the courage and sleflessness to don the uniform of this great Nation. Freedom is never free.

ron arnold:

Thank you for my freedom I enjoy each day

Bill:

God bless the servicemen and women in harms way while I enjoy my freedoms

Cynthia Flores-Wilkin:

Thank you!

Shelly Forte:

Thank you to all who dedicate their lives to protecting our country!

Cheryl Eichhorn:

Thank you so very much for your service, your sacrifice and your strength! No amount of thanks can truely express my heartfelt gratitude for all you do to protect the people you dont even know. Thank you!! Thank you!! With Much Love Thank You!!!!

Lori Price:

Thanks to all Veterans who have served- bless you all

Rebecca:

thank you for your service